Author: Steve Bridger

Buzz Director: the spacewalk metaphor

Confused by the title? It’s just another metaphor I’ve started using to describe how brands should distribute more trust to their communities. I slipped [...]

A Chicken is not just for Christmas

Darren Rowse is a six-figure blogger. Last week he celebrated ProBlogger’s second birthday by “giving something back”. He raised over one thousand [...]

Another shout for a Netsquared Europe

Amnesty’s Dan McQuillan has made a rallying call for a Netsquared this side of the pond - which could be an “incubator for web-enabled social change in [...]

My Fundraising 2.0 presentation

On Tuesday (…it already seems much longer than that), I facilitated an “online fundraising” workshop for a number of wonderful development NGO-people in [...]

Buzz Director: help me write a job description

I thought it was about time to re-visit the role of the “buzz director” - flesh out the role I first floated last October. This is especially urgent [...]

Priming the widget response network for action

Blending the use of social tools around the current focus and concerns of your work colleagues’ and activists is a must. So I think Nigel Dunn is onto [...]

We are all photographers now

First post in a while for a number of reasons. Anyway, this stroked my ego. The three images I uploaded to the “All photographers now” exhibit were [...]

Leveraging social networking to influence change

PR Blogger Stephen Davies thinks we’ll start to see a fragmentation of social networks. As people begin to tire with the vast, general nature of [...]

Shaggy Blog Stories… for Comic Relief

My daughter Nelly was shuttled off to infant school this morning dressed as “Super Nelly” with a pocketful of loose change. Yes, it’s that time [...]

My Social Network, circa 1987

I was recently drawn to this interesting graphic posted to Flickr by NMK’s Ian Delaney. It illustrates the fragmentation of people’s media consumption [...]